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In Pictures: Scottish Brewing Archive

Horses and lorries at Tennent's Wellpark Brewery

The Scottish Brewing Archive features records, materials and images from the brewing industry. This picture of Tennent's Wellpark brewery in the east end of Glasgow was taken in the early 20th century

Tennent's Lager Lovely Penny

The Lager Lovelies featured on Tennent's cans from 1962 until 1991. The cans have become the prized possessions of beer can collectors across the world

Wm Younger's Old Father William

Wm Younger's Old Father William was drawn by Alfred Leefe, the man responsible for the Kitchener "Your Country needs You" posters. This image was aimed at the north-east of England market. Scotch ale was known as "heavy" in Scotland

Abbey Brewery

The Scottish Parliament is now situated on the old Abbey Brewery site, where Younger's beer was produced before it became the Scottish and Newcastle headquarters

Temperance Movement book cover

The Temperance Movement had a strong voice in Scotland, encouraging people to drink less alcohol, or none at all

McEwans laughing cavalier

The McEwans laughing cavalier symbol was introduced in the 1930s and is still used today

Tennent's Lager Lovely Fiona

The Lager Lovelies succumbed to changing attitudes and political correctness. By the start of the 1990's an executive decision was taken at Tennent's to kill them off

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20 May 08 |  Glasgow, Lanarkshire and West

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